PAIN mainman Peter Tägtgren (HYPOCRISY) has posted the following message on the group's official web site:
"Putting in a short note to say Yes, I'm alive...
"Just got back to reality, I've been on the road, touring since September 'til last week with HYPOCRISY. We've spent 20 out of 26 weeks on the road!!!
"If you've been wondering what's going on with PAIN, it now looks like deals are getting finalized, so that means that the new album is not far away (and, at last, will be out worldwide).
"I'm hoping for a release in the early autumn, but there's still all the record company bullshit to get the timing right. Right now I have 11 songs, but probably there will be some more...
"I'm really looking forward to taking these songs out on the road as well, so see you all on tour soon!"
"Thanx for your patience with this - this album is definitely worth waiting for..."
New PAIN album tentative track listing:
03. Not Afraid
04. Dancing With The Dead
06. Third Wave (working title)
07. Tear It Up
08. Stay Away
09. Don't Count Me Out
10. The Table Has Turned
11. A Good Day To Die...
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